Parag Varshney

Parag Varshney
Tata Institute of Social Sciences · School of Social Sciences

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Aim: To study the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and goats of Mathura region. Materials and Methods: Atotal of 240 faecal samples collected from three different farms were examined by direct smear, Willi's floatation and sedimentation techniques. Quantitative examination was done by McMaster's technique. Results: Out of 240 sampl...
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The present study was undertaken to study the immuno modulatrory effects of leaves of Ocimum santum (OS) and Argemone mexiana (AM) plants in chicken model. 250 mg/kg body weight oral dose of OS and AM was found ideal and nontoxic in chickens and experimental chickens were fed this dose. Humoral immune response to S. enterica serovar Typhimurium 'O'...
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The present study was undertaken to explore the in vitro antiviral potential of hot aqueous extract (HAE) of Ocimum sanctum (OS) and Argemone mexicana (AM) leaves against Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and Infectious bursal disease virus(IBDV) in chicken embryo fibroblast (CEF) cell culture. First the nontoxic dose of HAE of OS and AM was determined...
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Aim:To study the prevalence of mycotic mastitis in bovines of Mathura region. Materials and Methods:Atotal of 100 milk samples collected from seven different regions of Mathura were examined by cultural, morphological and biochemical methods. Results: Out of 100 milk samples processed 64 samples were found positive for fungal isolates. The most com...
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In the present study 220 stool samples collected from diarrheic children admitted to different hospitals and nursing homes of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand were screened for rotavirus. Of 220 diarrheic samples screened 46 samples were found to be positive for rotavirus by RNA PAGE. All the isolates exhibited 4-2-3-2 migration pattern suggesting gro...
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Haemorrhagic septicaemia (HS) caused by Pasteurella multocida (P. multocida) B:2 is a fatal disease of cattle and buffaloes causing heavy mortality in untreated animal within 72 hours. Oil adjuvanted vaccines are in use in many countries, but associated with local adverse reactions and short-term immunity. Present study attempts to improve the HS v...
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The applicability of molecular methods for rapid detection and typing of Pasteurella multocida (P. multocida) isolated from haemorrhagic septicaemia (HS) affected Indian cattle and buffaloes and their antibiogram was studied. A 25 samples were revealed the presence of P. multocida by PM-PCR, which yielded 25 isolates on isolation and were further s...

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